NFL Media's Lance Zierlein believes Oklahoma senior WR Sterling Shepard has one of the "premier set of hands in college football."
Oklahoma sophomore RB Samaje Perine "us[es] his brute strength and agility to hit the second level regularly," notes NFL Media draft analyst Chad Reuter.
Oklahoma redshirt sophomore Baker Mayfield will be named the school's starting QB, according to beat writer Ryan Aber.
Oklahoma junior ILB Dominique Alexander "is undersized for the position, and it really shows when he has to engage with bigger blockers, lacking the strength to hold his ground when teams run in his direction," according to the National Football Post's Eric Saltzman.
Three-star 2015 DT recruit Du'Vonta Lampkin announced that he was admitted to Oklahoma.
Per the National Football Post's Eric Saltzman, Oklahoma senior edge rusher Eric Striker "will likely be a much better college player than pro."
Oklahoma senior edge rusher Eric Striker "lives up to his name" in the eyes of TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline.
Oklahoma redshirt junior CB Zack Sanchez "has the makings of a first round pick," TFY Draft Insider Tony Pauline observes.
Oklahoma head coach Bob Stoops said that redshirt senior LB Frank Shannon "looks really good" in practice.
Oklahoma head coach Bob Stoops announced sophomore T Kenyon Frison will not participate in fall practices due to a "violation of team rules."
Oklahoma senior edge rusher Eric Striker is the "type of player that offenses always need to be aware of," observes Sports on Earth's Matt Brown.
Oklahoma redshirt junior CB Zack Sanchez "can be an all-or-nothing player prone to giving up big plays, but that's because he plays with an aggressive style," writes Per Sports on Earth's Matt Brown.
2015 JUCO WR Jarvis Baxter backed out of his commitment with USF and will walk-on with Oklahoma.
NFL Media draft analyst Chad Reuter believes 3-4 NFL teams will value Oklahoma senior edge rusher Charles Tapper's "strength to hold the point and shorten the pocket with a bull rush as a five-technique defensive end."
NFL Media draft analyst Chad Reuter believes Oklahoma sophomore RB Samaje Perine is the early favorite to get named to the 2015 All-American first-team.